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MISSILE 1973 



BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL 




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The class of 1973\Jedicates its year- 
book to Mr. Lewis in appreciation for all 
the help and guidance he has given us as 
class advisor. 




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ELEANOR BELYEA 




DONALD BENOIT 

"Hearts are made for car- 
ing, life is made for 
sharing." 




SIS9H9E9HSS 



NANCY ANNE BERGIN 
Nance 

"Music is playing inside 
my head over and over 

again. My friend, there's 
no end to the music." 
— Carole King — 




PAUL BERTONI 




WILLIAM BRADFORD 



EDWARD BRADY 
Ed 

"I think the necessity 

of being ready 
increases. — Look to it." 



DAVID J. BLACKSMITH 

Rufus J. Rufcut 
"He who seeks 
will find!" 



WILLIAM BLOOMQUIST 
Bill 




MARSHA BROCK 
"If you continue in My 
Word, you shall know 
the truth and the truth 
shall make you free." 



ALLAN R. BROWN 
Allan 

"Live for today, you may 
not be here tomorrow." 






RICHARD BROWN 
Rick 




KATHERINE BROWNE 
"A smile is like a stream, 

it reflects joy. 
A smile is like the sun- 
shine, it brightens up 

a day. 
A smile is like a vision, 
through it you can 
se.e yourself." 



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MICHAEL CORMIER 





JOANNE COULES 
Joey 

"Between optimist 
and pessimist 
The difference is droll 
The optimist sees the 
doughnut, 
The pessimist, the hole. 




PETER CROSS 



BRENDA S. 
CULLINGTON 
"Today is the first day of 
the rest of your life." 




LINDA CROOK 




MARY CUSHMAN 
"No man stands so tall 
as when he stoops to 
help a child." 




CAROL DECAPRIO 
"All people smile in 
the same language." 




JAMES DEE 





HENRY DONIGAN 



CANDACE DERANIAN 
Candy 

"When in trouble, when 
in doubt, Run in circles, 
scream and shout." 



KENNETH DILL 




BRUCE DEMPSEY 





CHARLES VERNON 
DEPRIEST 
Chuck 
"Only when man realizes 
that his fellow men are 
his equals, will man learn 
to love and trust one 
another. This will be a 
happy day, for there will 
be peace on earth." 



SUSAN DOREY 



PATRICK DISHMAN 
Rick 

"No comment! You 
wouldn't print what I have 
to say, anyway!" 



DANINE DURGIN 



JAMES W. DIEBOLD JR. 

"The eyes have one 
language everywhere." 



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MARGARET FILIOS 
Peggy 




DAVID FLYNN 





PAUL J. FOUGERE 

"Now, I am myself with 
others. I know by their 
eyes, their voices, their 

glows, they know they're 
here and I am another. 



KAREN FULLER 






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SHELLEY FITZGERALD 



CAMERON FOLEY 



THOMAS FRONDORF 
Jud 





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BARBARA LEE 

GAYLORD 
"There are so many 
worlds to explore. All 
you need to do is to 
open the door 
And let your spirit soar." 



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DIANE GIANNETTA 




DEBRA GIBSON 
Debbie 



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MARK GLENNON 



JOHN MICHAEL 
GILBERT 
"High School's a nice 
place to visit, but I 
wouldn't want to live 
there." 







CONSTANCE HANLEY 

Connie 
"Happiness is perfume 

you cannot pour on 
others without getting 
a few drops 
on yourself." 





DIANE HANSEN 



CAROLYN HANSON 
"What we are . . . is 
God's gift to us: 
What we become ... is 
our gift to God." 



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BRUCE HARTWELL 



MARY HANSON 




JAMES HARRISON 
Jim 





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JEANNE HAUG 

"The charm of life lies 
in the thought that we 
live in the memory of 
our friends." 



WINTHROP HAYES 
Win 



NANCY HARVEY 



SHEILA E. HAYES 
"Quiet thoughts and 

quiet dreams 
Quiet walks by quiet 
streams and a window 
looking at the mountains 
and the sea." 



LOREN HEGERLE 




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PAMELA HEMMINGSON 



ELAINE HERLIHY 
"Sucess is getting what 

you want. 
Happiness is wanting 
what you get." 





STARR HODSDON 



CRAIG HOLLENBECK 
Krog 



JO ANNE HICKEY 
Jody 



JONATHAN 
HENDERSON 
Jon 

"I uttered that I under- 
stood not; things too 
wonderful for me, which 
I knew not." 






NANCY HILL 

"The future is a world 
limited by ourselves; in 
it we discover only what 
concerns us and some- 
times by chance, what 

interests those whom 
we love the most." 




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KATHERINE ANNE 
HUFFMAN 

Kathy, "Kat" 
"I want only to try to live 

in accord with the 
promptings which come 
from my true self. Why 
is that so very difficult?" 



JAN HUENEFELD 
"What I need now, school 
can't give me. But I know 
someone who can. 



DOUGLAS HOUSTON 






DEBORAH HULBERT 




JAMES INGLIS 
Jip 

"Great men are they who 
see that spiritual is 
stronger than any ma- 
terial force; that 
thoughts rule the 
world." 





to change the road 
you're on." 



HEIDI KARRER JOHN KENNEDY JOHN KEOUGH 





PATRICIA LAGASSE 
Patty 





KEITH LAVALLE 



ANTHONY LAZARIS 

Tony 



KATHLEEN ANN LEARY 

Kathy 




LINDA LARSON 



KAREN LETIZI 
"Far away there in the 
sunshine are my highest 
aspirations. I may not 
reach them, but I can 
look up and see their 
beauty, believe in'them, 
and try to follow where 
they lead." 




STEPHANIE LEWIS 
"For me to live is Christ; 
To die is gain." 



ANDREA LOWE 



CHERYL LUND 




DOUGLAS MacARTHUR 
Doug 

"If someone asks you 

how I am 
Just say I'm doing fine. 
If you will do that for me, 
I'll do the same for 
you sometime." 





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JEROLD R. MACK 

Jigs 



JUDITH MARCHESINI 




WENDY MADDOX 




DAVID C. MANLEY 




ROBERT MANN 
"I'm going to live life the 
way I want to. Not the 
way someone thinks I 
should, and maybe I 
won't be important and 
rich, but I'm going to 
have one great time!" 





STEVEN MARCHI 



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MAUREEN MARKHAM 




MICHAEL MASHBURN 



ALLEN ROGER 
MARSHALL 




GAIL MAUNDER 




LORNE STEVEN 
MARSHALL 
"Life is but a transfigur- 
ation of all man's 
thoughts, dreams, loves, 
and hates into the vague 
tragic cloud of reality." 



SHARON McAULIFFE 





JULIO R. MARTINEZ 

"Don't miss love, 
you'll miss the fun." 



LEO McGOVERN 
Murphy 




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ELLEN McGRATH 

"Smile! It makes 
people wonder what 
you're up to." 



MARION McGRATH 

"Keep your face to the 
sunshine, and you 
cannot see the 
shadow." 



JOSEPH McHUGH JR. 
Luscious Aliwicious 
Flumgutte IV 
"I will try to resist the 

temptations that 
would thwart me into 
doing devastating 
deeds." 




JULIE F. McKENNA 
"Life is a mixture of 
sunshine and rain, 
laughter and teardrops, 
pleasure and pain." 



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NANCY McMAHON 

Micky 
"To understand is to 
stand under, which is 
to look up, which is 
a good way to 
understand." 




LISA McMANUS 
Big Red 
"Today . . . you walk a 
ittle toward tomorrow.' 



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JANET McNAMARA 

"Happiness is not having 

what you want, but 
wanting what you have." 



KAREN MESSER 



SUSAN MECURIO 




DEBRA MILLEY 
"The eyes shout what the 
lips fear to say." 





michael Mcpherson 

Soda Pop 
"Buggy-ka-blap 
(I.L.A.K.S.)" 




DOUG MILDRAM 

"For years I've been 
planning what to do 
with my life. Now the 
truth emerges: I haven't 
the faintest idea." 



DIANA S. MINASSIAN 
"In the midst of winter, 
I finally learned that 
there was in me an 
invincible summer." 






DIANA HUNT MINTY 

"Behold, I do not give 

lectures or a little 
charity; when I give, 
I give myself." 



WILLIAM K. MOELLER 

"Let's live our lives in 
such a way that we can 

laugh when we're to- 
gether and smile when 
we're alone." 




SUSAN MOORE 

Sue 

"Look ahead, never 

look back; 
Move forward, don't 
stand still. 
And never, never be sad 

for what has been, 
Be glad that it was yours 
to have." 



JAMES MORGAN 



MARTHA MIRANDA 



CAROLINE MOFFETT 



DAVID Ml RAM ANT 



BRIAN THOMAS 
MOONEY 





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BARRE NORMANN 
"Life is just a bunch of 
thoughts ... I think." 



MARY ELLEN MURPHY 




WHITTON NORRIS 
Tony 
"Opportunity is 
sometimes hard to 
recognize if you're only 
looking for a lucky 
break." 




MARILYN NAWOICHIK 
Mai 

"Keep your face towards 
the sunshine and you'll 
never see the shadows." 




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KATHLEEN O'CONNELL 

Kathy 
"SMILE— Make the 
whole world wonder 
what you've been up to." 



KATHRYN NELSON 
Kathy 

"Meanwhile these three 
remain: Faith, Hope, and 
Love; and the greatest of 
these is Love." 






MICHAEL OLMSTEAD 
Mike 





STEVEN ORDER 

Stubbs 
"Go East of your dream 

and Farm, 
Let peace and silence 

spin your yarn, 
What harm can befall 
thee in yon." 






IRENE O'NEIL 
Rene 

"If you smile at me, I will 
understand, because that 
is something everyone 
does in the same 
language." 



ELSA PASSERA 
EL 

"Becoming is superior to 
being." 





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RICHARD ORAM 

Rick 



JOHN MICHAEL 
O'ROURKE 
Jack 

"When the going gets 
tough, the tough get 
going." 



PRISCILLA PAGE 



DEBORAH PAYNE 
Debbie 
"With God all things are 
possible." 





CAROLYN PEARSON 
"Love can change the 
world, 

Love can change your 
life. 

Do what makes you 

happy, 
Do what you know is 
right 

And love with all your 

might 
Before it is too late." 




RONI PERSING 

"Born once, Died twice 
Died twice, Born once." 



STEPHEN R. PIKE 



KIMBERLY PETERS 

"A thousand policemen 
directing traffic cannot 
tell you why you come or 
where you go. I know 
where I'm going and who 
I'm gonna see, I have a 

friend named Jesus 
waiting there for me." 






NANCY PITTMAN 
"As the world gets 
smaller and the 
population gets larger, 
we will always have that 
one blessing God 
gave us— LOVE." 




KARIN PRUGNAROLA 

"It is good to be 
unpopular, when it is 
unpopular to be good.' 




SUSAN RAMSAY 

"Punkie" 
"Laugh while you can; 
Everything has its time.' 



DANA REDMOND 



ELVIRA REITZ 

"Everything has its 
beauty, but not everyone 
sees it." 



KENNETH REDMAN 





ROBERT RHINE 

Rupert 
"I'm an atheist, thank 
God." 



JOAN RICE 

"Rule Forty-Two. All 
persons more than a 
mile high to leave the 
court." 




NANCY RILEY 



LESLIE ROBERTS 
Lady Gaston 
Niedelheimer 
"Let me think of how you 
looked 
So that I may always 
have you. 
One cannot be 
possessive, however, 
Toward an image." 




DEBORAH LOUISE 
RIVET 



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JACQUELINE 
ROBIDOUX 
Jackie 



GEORGE RUETENIK 



DEBORAH A. ROLOFF 



TERRY ROWLAND 





HAROLD W. RUSSELL 
JR. 

SWEETBACK Russell 
"Be a leader, not a 
follower." 



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ELAINE SANDBLOM 
"The joy of the Lord is 
my strength." 



KENDALL RUSSELL 





BEVERLY SELBY 

"Make each day a 
memorable one; fill it 
with love, friendship, and 
happiness, for once a 
day is gone; it is 
impossible to retrieve it." 



WILLIAM SICKLES 
Bill 




BRADLEY RUSSIAN 
Brad 



KATHRYN SCHNITGER 

Kathy 

"The world is a ladder for 
some to go up and 
others down." 



LAURIE SHERMAN 
"11/5/72 . . . Pat . . . 
Drifter . . . Big quiet eyes 

. . . Stained glass 
windows . . . Swimming 
at the pond . . . Dog at 
Springfield . . . 
"Everything's all messed 
up!" 




WILLIAM SIEGAL 
"Space" 
"I'd love to change the 
world, but I don't know 
what to do, so I leave it 
up to you." 



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DEBRA SKINNER 
DEBBIE 



BRUCE SMITH 
"You have you to 
complete and there is no 
deal." 



MARCIA SOUTHWICK 
'A good day is dawning 
and it's all yours." 



KENNETH SPIEWAK 
"We must make long 
term goals in order not 
to be frustrated by short 
range failures. So relax, 
tomorrow will be as 
screwed up as today." 



PATRICIA ANNE 

SOCORELIS 
Patty 




CAROL SONSTELIE 
Sonse 

"God bless the child that 
can stand up and say 
he's got his own will." 





MAREN STERNBERG 




PATRICIA SPENCER 

Patty 



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RICHARD ANTHONY 
STEVENS 
Dick 

"It was hard, but I made 
it." 



REGINA STRICKLAND 

George 
"Nature has given us two 
ears but only one 
mouth." 





DAVID THUR LOW 

"We're all bozos on this 
bus." 




SHERRY SUMNER 
"A thousand years is but 
a grain of sand in time 
. . . But love is a 
thousand grains of sand 
in one lifetime." 



DONALD STOWELL 
Don 



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ROBERT SVENSSON 

"Life is like a bathtub — 
Once you get used to it, 
it isn't so hot." 



ANDREW TAYLOR 
Andy 



DOUGLAS THURLOW 
Doug 




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JULIE TREMBLY 

"Live the question now; 
perhaps you will 
gradually without 
noticing it, live along 
some distant day into the 
answers." 
Rainer Maria Rilke 



BARBARA ANN TYNAN 
Barb 

"With a friend at hand, 

you will see the light. 
If your friends are there, 
then everything's all 
right." 



WADE STEWART 
TUCKER 
"The aim of education 
should be to convert the 
mind into a living 
fountain, and not a 
reservoir. That which is 
filled by merely pumping 
in, will be emptied by 
pumping out." 




DEBORAH A. TYLER 





SANDRA WALKER 
Rhino 

"Maybe I'll see you the 
next quiet place, and furl 
my sails." 




JAMES WATERMAN 

Randy 



MELISSA WEAVER 

"To see a world in a 

grain of sand, 
And heaven in a wild 
flower." 

William Blake 





MARY K. WEHNER 
"I wish for all things 
that I may enjoy life, 
And am granted life 
that I may enjoy all 
things." 



ELLEN WEEKS 



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KIMBERLY WENDT 
"Seek the truth and the 
truth will set you free." 





SOSO ROSANNE 
WHALEY 

"Don't tell me not to live, 

I've simply got to. If 
someone takes a spill, 
it's me and not you! 
Don't bring around a 
cloud to rain on my 
parade." 




HARRY WHALEY 

"There's always a 
tomorrow to find." 




RANDALL WILKINS 
Randy 

"You can say I want to 
be free, I can say some 
day I will be." 





STEVEN WILLIS 




R. MARK WOODWORTH 
"The idealist is 
incorrigible: if he is 
thrown out of his heaven, 
he makes an ideal of his 
hell." 




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MICHAEL S. 
ZADROWSKI 
Mike 

"After school, I hang up 
thinking, Grab a case 
and go out drinking." 




ROBIN WINSLOW 
"Adventure is not in the 
guidebook and beauty 

is not on the map; 
seek and ye shall find." 




VALERIE ZARA 




JOSEPH GOLOMB 





MARTHA NORKUNAS 

"Yes," I said, "yes, I will 
yes." 

"Elusive presences — 
gentle sensitivity, love 

wildened, timeless 
reject all — I am what 
I write." 



SUSAN MAHLER 
Sue 

"And in the end 
remember it's with you 
you have to live." 




ROBERT ALLISON 


SUSAN LEMAY 


WILLIAM ALLMAN 


LAURIE LINDSKOG 


ANTHONY BAILEY 


ANN LITTLEFIELD 


CHRISTOPHER BRADY 


JAMES MASHBURN 


RICHARD BROOKS 


MICHAEL MELLO 


ANN BURROWS 


ELIZABETH ELLEN MICHAUD 


LAWRENCE BUTLER 


NORMAN MIX 


BRUCE COLEMAN 


ELIZABETH PICKMAN 


RICHARD CONNELL 


MARK ROBINSON 


ANN COONEY 


MICHAEL ROONEY 


LINDA COY 


THOMAS ROSE 


KEVIN DUFFY 


JOHN SANDY 


HERBERT (CHIP) EDGAR 


GREGORY SMITH 


HEDY GALBRAITH 


HARRY SPOONER 


ERIC GIESY 


MAREN STERNBERG 


DAVID HANSEN 


JEAN SUMMERLIN 


SANDRA HANSEN 


ALAN SUTKUS 


CHARLES HOOS 


PATRICIA MAE WRIGHT 


PATTI LAFLAMME 




PAUL LEIBY 




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STUPENDOUS 
ARRAY 

OF 
SUPER 
SENIORS 





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We won! For the first time in the history of 
BHS, our football team became the Dual County 
League Champs. They had the spirit of winning, 
a lot of character and dedication, and the right 
attitude. They knew they could do it, and they did. 

The co-captains of the team were seniors Tony 
Norris and Chuck DePriest. The seniors were in- 
strumental in the team's winning, and made some 
of the best plays that we've seen in years. 

One of the games that was very meaningful to 
the team was the game against Wayland. "The 
King is dead, now we're King!" 

Three seniors and two juniors made it to the 



All-Star Team of the Dual County League. They 
were Tony Norris, Chuck DePriest, Bruce Hart- 
well, Mike Elias, and Steve Emerson. 

Jim Mulligan, Tony Norris, Henry Donigan, 
Chuck DePriest, Murph McGovern, Jack O'Rourke, 
Bruce Hartwell, and Bill Sickles played on the 
team for all four years, showing determination 
and perserverance, and for this alone they de- 
serve a special hand. 

Another special hand should be given to the 
coaches, Mr. Sabourin, Mr. Petrillo, and Mr. 
Odams, for their great coaching and strong sup- 
port they gave to the team. 



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1972 BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROSTER 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


11 


Dave Michaud 


QB 


140 


Soph. 


60 


Jack O'Rourke 


G 


165 


Sr. 


12 


Jim Mulligan 


QB 


145 


Sr. 


61 


Phil DePriest 


G 


180 


Jr. 


15 


Bill Henrikus 


QB 


175 


Jr. 


62 


Bill Valliere 


G 


147 


Jr. 


17 


Tony Norris 


QB 


180 


Sr. 


63 


Doug Tomlinson 


G 


170 


Jr. 


20 


Henry Donigan 


FB 


155 


Sr. 


64 


Fred Miller 


G 


170 


Jr. 


21 


Bob Yanosick 


HB 


150 


Soph. 


65 


Ted Dover 


G 


158 


Soph. 


22 


Dan Rothenberger 


HB 


130 


Jr. 


66 


Bob Baudanza 


G 


160 


Jr. 


23 


Mike Elias 


HB 


160 


Jr. 


70 


Bruce Hartwell 


T 


200 


Sr. 


24 


Steve Emerson 


HB 


160 


Jr. 


71 


George Ruetenik 


T 


160 


Sr. 


27 


Kevin Mulcahy 


HB 


150 


Jr. 


72 


Erik Smith 


T 


150 


Soph. 


31 


Mike Lewis 


HB 


120 


Jr. 


73 


Steve Ferri 


T 


160 


Soph. 


32 


Chuck DePriest 


FB 


180 


Sr. 


74 


Mike Goss 


T 


175 


Sr. 


35 


Doug Coombs 


FB 


160 


Soph. 


75 


Bob Wilson 


T 


160 


Soph. 


37 


Tom Brady 


HB 


130 


Soph. 


77 


Tom Parks 


E 


140 


Soph. 


40 


Mike Conley 


HB 


155 


Jr. 


78 


Bill Sickles 


T 


175 


Sr. 


41 


Chuck Bruha 


HB 


145 


Soph. 


80 


Ken Dill 


E 


175 


Sr. 


42 


Mike Ary 


HB 


148 


Soph. 


82 


Steve Jepsen 


E 


155 


Sr. 


43 


Leo McGovern 


HB 


150 


Sr. 


83 


Steve Cambell 


E 


145 


Soph. 


44 


Bill Allman 


HB 


140 


Sr. 


84 


John Boone 


HB 


152 


Jr. 


53 


Bill Pate 


C 


158 


Jr. 


85 


Doug Blake 


E 


155 


Jr. 


55 


Bruce Smith 


C 


150 


Sr. 













CROSS COUNTRY 




500 miles in 90 degree heat . . . Co-captains Thurlow and Stow- 
ell's interval training . . . top half nine million times . . . Coach 
Keup falls in love with a hill . . . kangaroo jumps . . . Hey, Andy 
2:30 not 2:09 . . . Who's this Perry kid? ... a vital meet in Marl- 
boro ... ice cream on the Coach . . . upset Acton in the rain . . . 
upset Weston . . . We're not upset ... 11 in a row . . . What are 
fans? ... a mile is FOUR laps . . . Hey, quit making fun of the 
football team, they're almost as good as we are (in football) . . . 
JV's run extra half mile and still win ... six new kids . . . Where's 
Andy? . . . Who's turn to be injured today? . . . Kelly who? . . . 
stride the football field . . . push-ups? . . . Boy, is Coach happy 
. . . 13:07 he did it! . . . 14-2 . . . banquet in January . . . football 
. . . Peter, come on! 




FIELD HOCKEY 




VARSITY 
Row 1: Pamela Pate, 
Lisa McManus, Michele 
Trifiro, Roberta Dael- 
housen, Ethel Sullivan, 
Carol Sonstelie. Row 2: 
Rita Fardy, Chris Eber- 
son, Barbara Gaylord, 
Kathy Fardy, Maggie 
Boatright. 



JV 

Row 1: Elizabeth 
Nolan, Susan Henrikus, 
Janet Murphy, Kathy 
Riley, Pamela McMann, 
Naomi Hazlett. Row 2: 
Ann Hamilton, Abigail 
Hafer, Lillian Pandesio, 
Cathy Nolan, Karen Wil- 
lis, Ellen Penney, Nancy 
Sullivan, Jennifer Moore. 





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Row 1: Tom Parks, Tony 
Umanita, Bob Newton, Scott 
Barnard, Tom Mraz, Bill 
Snedeker, Todd Webber, 
Mark Whittaker. Row 2: 
Chuck Bruha, Chris Weaver, 
Mike McCabe, Kirt Gerdes, 
Tom Barnett, Steve Camp- 
bell, Mike Connelly, Dave 
Michaud, Mr. Reynolds. 





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Row 1: Leon Iverson, Phil Mag- 
lione, Mark LaFlamme, Richy 
Mead, Rick Coraine, Jim Cramer, 
Keith Glover, Tom Lewis. Row 2: 
Paul Bumann, Martin Reiner, Dan 
Harrison, Kirk Redman, Robert 
Gunn, Robert LeBlanc, Steve 
Clark, Mike Bruha. Row 3: Mr. 
James Greenwood, Jim Cummis- 
key, Rex Snider, John Dooley, 
Chuck Genetti, Lou Eliopoulis, 
Billy Baker, Gerry McGrath, Mr. 
James McCormick. 



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Led by Seniors Jim Diebold, Jim Mulligan, 
Mark Woodworth, Chuck DePriest, Jim Inglis, 
and Cory Goller, and Juniors Mike Elias and 
Bill Hennrikus, the Bucs have come in first 
place for the season with a 16-4 record, and 
have qualified for the State Tech Tourney. The 
Bedford Basketball Team has been in first 
place since the season began and the 62-61 
overtime win over last year's champs Lincoln- 
Sudbury proved that we are winners. 



SKI TEAM 




Row 1: Debbie Gallant, Billy Stepchew, Dave Underwood, Alex Monger. Row 2: Mary Boat- 
right, Mark Mathews, Jim Lunig, Maureen Clark. Row 3: Abbie Hafer, Emily Cohen, Scott 
Weymouth. Row 4: Phil McHarg, Blaise Winters, Randy Wilkins. Row 5: Ken Smith, Mark 
Allen, Sandy Walker. Missing from picture: Tom Rose, Doug Coombs, Morgan McCurdy, 
Sandy Henderson, Eric Smith. 



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Row 1: Fred Mayer, Mike Lewis, Kevin 
Mulcahy, Neil Hanson, Mike Stevens, 
Charlie Perry. Row 2: Joe Stevens, 
Doug Barker, Pam LaCombe, Diana 
Gilroy, Sue Wooton, Denise Ezell. Row 
3: Bob Shulte, Bill Purdy, Ron Hem- 
ingway, Bill Gemmell, John Prey, Greg 
Sandy, Klaus Deutscher, Andy Proulx. 
Missing from picture: Paul Leiby. 




WINTER TRACK 




The 1972-73 BHS winter track team 
managed a 2-5 record with some of 
the best runners BHS has ever had. 
At the important All-League Meet, 
three of Bedford's runners placed. 
Charlie Perry and Andy Taylor placed 
third and fifth in the 1000 yard run 
while in the 600 yard run, Jim Goldie 
placed second. The time and effort 
that each of the members put in 
really shows the determination that 
they had in making the team a team. 




Row 1: Scott Paine, Paul Fougere, Dennis Dinsmore, Ed Brady, Bill Cairns. 
Row 2: Ken Dill, Barre Normann, George Ruetenik, Don Stowell, Craig Hol- 
lenbeck. Row 3: Captain — Jim Goldie, Jim Morgan, Dave Thurlow, Steve 
Rohrberg, Ken Redman, David Ground. 





SPRING TRACK 




Row 1: Robert Eaton, Richard Brown, Gary Sharpless, Terry Penn, Mark Thurell, George 
Ruetenick, Don Stowell, Dennis O'Keefe. Row 2: Mr. Millikan, Dennis Dinsmore, Scott 
Payne, Henry Donigan, Bill Fawcett, Jon Henderson, Mike Mancini, John Boon, Larry Nes- 
bitt, Mr. Powers. Row 3: James Goldie, Andy Taylor, Ted Dover, Barre Normann, Nick Motzny, 
Greg Sandy, Bill Cairnes, Fred Mayer. 






Row 1: Blake Ogden, Dan Linehan, Tim Kurt, Scott Barnard, Alex Monger, Todd Webber, 
Paul Conley, Steve Maglione, Mr. Adams. Row 2: Arnie Church, Mark Matthews, Doug Tom- 
linson, Craig Hollenbeck, George Lynch, Greg Rosinski, Burt Goodwin, Rick Jordan, Leo 
McGovern. 




We wish to thank the following for supporting 
our 

1973 MISSILE 

SPONSORS 
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Normann 

PATRONS 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Church 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Claflin Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Owen S. McHarg 
Mr. and Mrs. Authur L. McManus 
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Roger L. Payne 
Shirley Socorelis 
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Woodworth 






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Row 1: Jeff Baxter, Mark Whitson, Paul Leiby, Mike McCabe, Douglas Mildram, William 
Rhine. Row 2: Kendall Smith, Chris Weaver, Jeff Morse, Paul Schimelfenyg, Rick Morse, 
Mark Lane, Walter Schafer. 





Row 1: Patty McMahon, Judy Church, Dottie O'Keefe, Robin Biggio, Elaine Herlihy, Lisa 
McManus, Maggie Boatright, Michele Trifero. Row 2: Jackie MacCallum, Joanne Smith, 
Chris Emerson, Suzanne Moore, Cheryl Pfieffer, Kathy Fardy, Diane McGrath, Kathy Penney, 
Carol Sonstelie. 




Row 1: Mary Boatright, Audrey Maturo, Ruth Porter, Ethel Sullivan, Kathy Nolan, Robin 
Jones, Jane King, Jean Antill, Kim Milligan, Susan Sullivan, Pamela McMann, Jean Kenney. 
Row 2: Mrs. Luty, Irene Rooney, Marie Earl, Debbie Gallant, Kathy Morgan, Karen Willis, 
Mraie Weatherbee, Irene O'Keefe, Alysia Anthony, Susan Janek, Barbara Barrett, Martha 
Miranda. 





LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 

Row 1: Jani Lewis, Robin Winslow, Danelle Doherty, Mr. Povlosky. Row 2: Susan Henn- 
rikus, Chuck DePriest, Marsha Brock, Mr. Phinney, Suzanne Moore, Mark Woodworth, Mr. 
Toland, Mr. Doherty. Missing from picture: Mr. Desilets, Mrs. Lemerise, Mrs. Pellegrini, 
Mr. Sabourin, Mr. Webber, Mrs. Gallagher, William Rhine, Candy Deranian, Mr. Duggin, Mr. 
Melanson, Mr. Reynolds. 



STUDENT COURT 



Mr. Smith, Loretta Wehner, Douglas Thurlow, Dan Rothenberger, Leslie Reinbeck, Mr. 
Donovan. 




CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE 




Row 1: Valerie Beecy, LeeAnn Workman, Cathy Stepchew, Sally Spadaro, Linda Brooks, 
Carol McKenna, Debbie Konkle. Row 2: Advisor — Mrs. Davis, Barbara Tynan, Susan Moore, 
JoAnn Henderson, Jonathan Hurd, Lome Marshall, Julio Martinez, George Hutchinson, Bar- 
bara Gaylord, Cindy Rosinski, Laura Konkle. 





FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Michele Goguen 
Secretary 

Linda Null 
Treasurer 



Martha Gary 
Vice President 

Phillip Maglione 
President 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



Ron Hemingway 
Vice President 



Roberta Delhousen 
Treasurer 

Fred Mayer 
President 



Diane Goss 
Secretary 






FR SO JU 
OFFICERS 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Blaize Winter 
President 

Maureen Clark 
Treasurer 

Maureen McAuliffe 
Secretary 



Sandy Wasson 
Vice President 



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CHESS CLUB 





Row 1: Mark Mudgett, 
Kathy Browne, Joanne 
Coules. Row 2: Karen 
Letizi, Elaine Herlihy, 
Marcia Southwick, Mar- 
sha Brock. Row 3: Kehne 
Moeller, Nancy Bergin, 
Mary Wehner, Jim Inglis, 
Row 4: Barbara Gaylord, 
Chuck DePriest, Craig 
Hollenbeck. Row 5: Ray 
Claflin, Ken Dill, Julie 
McKenna. Missing from 
picture: Jim Goldie, Paul 
Leiby, Kathy Nelson, Me- 
lissa Weaver, Julie Trem- 
blay, Bruce Smith. 



LATIN CLUB 





Phillip Robideaux, Jeanne Dion, Caren Goller, 
Jip Inglis, William Kenney, Jackie Haines, 
Heidi Karrer, Tim Ebacher. 



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MATH LEAGUE 




Row 1: Robert Rhine, Larry Nesbitt, Brian Swallow, Jonathan Hurd, William Kinney. Row 
2: Julie McKenna, John Gilbert, John Haynes, Barre Normann, John Brown, Debbie Konkle. 
Missing from picture: Paul Leiby, William Rhine, David Fryer, Ken Dill, Kathy Nelson. 



BEHALE 



Here's what we looked like just before the take-off! All of the evening 
classes we attended to prepare for the trip were behind us now. 

It was so hard for us to stand still for this picture, we wanted to jump on 
the plane and take off. All of the material we read and slides of the places 
we would visit had given us an impression of what was to come in the next 
18 days. The evening classes helped us to learn about the other 39 people 
with whom we would be sharing our adventure. The bond that began in Sep- 
tember of 1971 grew stronger with time. Many lasting friendships were 
sparked in Europe. 

Mr. Case gave each of us a deep insight into the three countries. His over- 
whelming knowledge was the most dependable aspect of the trip. But no mat- 
ter what we had gathered in our heads before, it did not come close to what 
we experienced in each of the three countries. There is no comparison be- 
tween knowledge learned in the classroom and knowledge gained through 
experience; to actually live what is learned. 

Mayonnaise and Tootsie Rolls . . . POP!! 




Row 1: Sue LeBlanc, Gail Connolly, Debbie Besse, Vicki Weisz, Wendy Maddox, Judy Ro- 
mano, Joyce Cooper. Row 2: Lisa Harris, Maggie Quigley, Loretta Wehner, Janet Mitchell, 
Donna Dalrymple, Barbara Gaylor, Row 3: Lorie Paradise, Charlotte Goldie, Ron Sykes, 
Anita Eskitgis, Melinda Brady. 




American Field Services (AFS) is a new organi- 
zation in the high school. Created in the interest 
of worldwide understanding, it is basically an 
exchange program in which foreign students come 
to the U.S. to finish their high school education, 
while Americans may go abroad. Next year, after 
Bedford has housed a foreign student, we will 
be eligible to send someone abroad for the sum- 
mer program or for the whole year. 

In early July, thirty-five students, who have 
been in the country for a year, will stop in Bed- 
ford to enjoy the 4th of July festivities. AFS can 
can be an educationally enriching experience, 
but only with the support of the students can 
it succeed. 



Row 1: Emery Nyilas, Jim Monahan, Chris Martin, David 
Schoorens. Row 2: Judy Church, Kathy Martin, Sue Frost, 
Vickie Weisz. Row 3: Julie McKenna, Donna Dalrymple, 
Lisa Harris, Joyce Cooper. Row 4: Barbara Gaylord, Patti 
Haug, Beth Keoster, Nancy Pickett. Row 5: Debbie Mar- 
shall, Emily Cohen, Abbigail Hafer. Row 6: Sue Callahan, 
Cindy Weber, Linda Vernucci, Martha King. 



INTRAMURALS COMMITTEE 




Row 1: Judy Church, Mark Woodworth, Blaize Winter, Coach Adams, Raymond Claflin, Mike 
Carr. Missing from picture: Paul Leiby, Jon Hurd. 

ISOSCELES STAFF 




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HEADLINES 

Juniors were freed from their study periods 
started "Modern Jazz Dance 



March 1st, 



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1972-1973 

Mini courses were 

FLASH! A Senior was found in the Senior Lounge 
Drinking age went down to 18 

Big John Special in a little 

any years did it take to beat Wayland, Coach? 

:are Bomb scare 

imes better organized 

I; table The James Gang 

VI ike Elias Yea hi 

i/ellow ripples in boys' room Robin 

avy dance with Janet? Letsa 

ne supper, eh? Vietnam 

I Paint remover 

[pal, Thomas Duggan Work study 

^j've got to be kidding me! You mean that 
>y actually let us out of here? Yea, but make 

I Hey, it's J. Oboe 

ith that knee you should have 

AFS. what's that 

Oh! Yes, 

Duh, I forgot 

ohn Gait? Checkmate 
[ you What do you want 

I'ow up? Write an essay 

l/ourself Write a note 

uring your next class 

hey can fly coast to coast in 
iur hours. You'd think they 
ould initiate Open Campus 
They will, They will (! think) 

I wish I new what was go- 

ig on What was that? 
Yes, Mmmmm. Unh huh! 
What are you doing walking 
'ound the halls Can I see 
Dur homework? WOW! 




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The Concert Band, Lab Band, Stage Band and Wind Ensemble 
put on a spectacular Winter Concert. The versatile instrumentalists 
performed the serious music of Hoist, Grsinger and Stravinsky. 
The Stage and Lab Bands filled the hall with sounds of "Chicago" 
and Mark Mudgett's arrangement of "Open Up Wide." An encore 
was requested and performed for the school, and the "school went 
wild." 

The officers of the BHS Band are Mark Mudgett — President, Win 
Hayes — Vice President, and David Blacksmith — Secretary-Treasurer. 





CONCERT BAND 




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Row 1: Beth Franken, Maureen Foerst, Lori Ginder, Denise 
Ezell, Dianne Gilroy. Row 2: Chuck Genetti, George Fardy, 
Nandra Faria, Debbie Farinello, Mark Frohlica, Bob Fungiolr. 
Row 3: Ginny Federico, Susan Gellatly, Michele Goguen, 
Judy Folly, Martha Geary. Row 4: Caron Goller, Elaine Flynn, 
Susan Goldman, Sue Frost, Virginia Ferillo. Row 5: Mike 
Faulkner, John Freni, Thomas Faucher, David French, Tim 



Foster. Row 6: Julie Swanson, Vicky Stevenson, Sharon 
Stidworthy, Lisa Stone, Tammy Sumner. Row 7: Craig Utley, 
Steven Tursnhmann, Nancy Sullivan, Ginny Trwque, John 
Underwood, Alan Turnage. Row 8: Craig Stonehill, Kip Stern- 
berg, Jerry Stone II, Paul Tynan, Brian Sutherland. Row 9: 
William DeJesas Jr., Beth Koester, Cecelia Jansen, Nancy 
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Row 1: Paul Rothenberger, Rex Snider, Paul Russo, Jane 
Norton, Sharon Nelson, Jennifer Moore, Patty Marcus, Julie 
Palmeri. Row 2: Marc Slechta, Adrienne Smith, Lisa Silva, 
Cindy Rosinski, Ann O'Connell, Laura Paradise, Nancy O'Hara, 
Pam Pate, Jerry Pitt, Allen Price, Mark Roberts, Jim New- 
man, Bill Munzing, Jerry O'Neil, David Mulcahy, Kevin O'Con- 
nell. Row 3: Elizabeth Narcise, Elizabeth Nolan, Ellen Mou- 



ran, Mary Lou Musacchio, Marcia Morris. Row 4: Deborah 
Penn, Debbie Peckham, Ellen Penney, Linda Null. Row 5: 
Frank Patterson, Mike Murfield, David Mosley, Jack Murdock, 
Hal O'Connell. Row 6: Carol Miller, Sheryl Mahar, Carla 
Moody, Jean Maloney, Debbie Marshall. Row 7: Debbie Meloy, 
Susan Moll, Diane Massa, Ellen McHarg, Kathy Masci. Row 
8: Matthew Moellar, Phil Maglione, Richy Mead, Alan Mack. 




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Row 1: Peter Brown, Gloria Bronikowski, Kil Pok Cho, Valerie 
Colliton, Randy Burmeister, Brigitte Deutscher, Karen Davis. 
Ro2: Al Brodie, Steven Clark, Stan Campbell, Bruce Cam- 
pagna, Richard Burner, Glenn Webber, John Vinje. Row 3: 
Ann Ellingson, Maureen Davis, Debbie Emerson, Chris Doni- 
gan, Sue Eunsen, Uori Zielinski. Row 4: Keith Edwards, John 
Doucet, Steve Edgar, Bruce Draper, Mike Donovan, Vicki 



Weisz. Row 5: John Dooley, Frank Evans, Cheryl Eaton, Da- 
nelle Doherty, Karen Donovan, Jerry Stone II. Row 6: Carolyn 
Crowther, Cathy Cuthbert, Cathy D'Entremont, Loraine Cush- 
man, Cindy Cyepytra. Row 7 Kitty Colwick, Kathy Dion, David 
Damery, Jim Cramer, Ricky Coraine. Row 8: Bob D'Auria, 
Mary Pat Cullen, Kathy Connor, Bob Donadio, Lou Eliopoulos. 




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Row 1: Ann MacHonis, Carole Loggins, Richard Lombardi, 
Tom Lewis, Cindy Laperriere, Mary Beth Laffan, Linda Mc- 
Dougall, Bob Selby, Paul Saunders. Row 2: Martin Lawless, 
John Litchfield, John Libby, Mark Lawrence, Sanfor Maxtotos, 
Pam Lacombe, Mark Laflamme, Denise Langis, Chuck Mac- 
William, Lisa Sethares, Debbie Sickles. Row 3: Lisa Lord, 
Bobby LeBlanc, Donald L'Heureux, Al Lynch; Bill Lynch, Jack 
Johnson, Dave Stefanelli, Tom Lyons. Row 4: Debbie Ro- 
sato, Linda Powderly, Nancy Pickett, Michelle Proulx, Martha 



Ramsay, Nancy Robindoux, Colleen Price. Row 5: Debbie 
Poston, Laurie Proulx, Martin Reiner, John Pespisa, Patrick 
Rohrberg, Bill Perry, Phillip Robidoux. Row 6: Robert Por- 
ter, Brian Phillips, Jim Rice. Row 7 Naomi Hazlett, Ann 
Hamilton, Cathy Hanley, Abigail Hafer, Tamara J. Handshy. 
Row 8: Barbara Haynes, Gail Harvey, Judy Hansen, Cathi 
Hickman, Linda Golonka. Row 9: Douglas Hand, Neil Han- 
son, Jim Hickey, Jim Grieb, G. Kingsly Smith, Jeff Hilker. 
Row 10: Cindy Hulbert, Carolyn Dow. 



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Left to right-. Row 1: Cheryl Bridge, Gail Collins, Debbie 
Carew, Debbie Collins, Joanne Campbell. Row 2: Paul Culilla, 
John Boudrot, David Budden, Joe Bruno. Row 3: Joyce 
Woods, Bruce McDonald, Debbie Wilson, Eric Chaney, Donna 
White, Bob Cashin, Mike Bruha, Cathy Wasson, David Bouse. 



Row 4: Susan Woohon, Tempi Williamson, Germaine Weaver, 
John Wehner. Row 5: Debbie Yenulevich, Sharon Webb, Paul 
Tynan, Kip Sternberg. Row 6: Helen Adams, Beth Ayasse, Ann 
Beagan. Row 7: Sue Armstrong, Patricia Burtold, Charlotte 
Banks. Row 8: Robin Aggie, Everett Begade, Karen Baker. 




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Left to right: Row 1: Kenneth Scheyder, Leornard Roy, 
Larry Shaw,. Robert Robidoux, David Shaughnessey, Marcia 
Shields, David Schoorens. Row 2: Bill Siekman, Frank "Silva, 
Matt Siegal, Kathy Riley, Claudia Rose, Lisa Senio. Row 3: 
Joan Schwelm, Judy Romano, Lynne Roberts, William 
Schuster. Row 4: Susan Mudgett, Chris Murphy, Janice Olsen, 
Dave Michaud, Janet Murphy, Kim Milligan. Row 5: Kathy 
Norkunas, Dale Meyrick, Rosemarie Morisey, Ellen Miksenis, 
Judy Page, Marianne Santos, Ranie O'Keefe. Row 6: Judy 
' Nicholas, Debi Miller, Vicki Miller, Lillian Pandiscio, Cathy 



Nolan. Row 7: Kathy Mchugh, Pam McMahan, Alfred McKie, 
Barbara Bissette, Mavis McMurtree. Row 8: Kerry McDaniel, 
Ellen Hill, Patti Haug, Cheryl Mastromateo, Debbie McMil- 
lan, Buster McCabe. Row 9: Ward Meyer, Steve James, Bill 
MacPherson, Barry Mareiro, Paul Lund, Larry Fine. Row 10: 
Nancy Fryer, Kay Gurley, Kevin Hanley, Debbie Geilfuss, An- 
nette Hackett. Row 11: Sheila T. Gilroy, Patti Gerleck, Betsy 
Hall, Anne Gilbert, Joanne Haley. Row 12: Joe Globe, Scott 
Hanson, Jeff Gibson, Kurt Gerdes, Todd Gordon. 



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Left to right: Row 1: Erik Smith, Bree Taravella, Amy 
Smith, Terri Singleton, Richard Stowell, Debbie Jackson, 
Robin Jones, Joyce Jones. Row 2: Bill Snedeker, Ethel Sulli- 
van, Ann Sutherland, Sue Sullivan, Bruce Taylor, Susan 
Whaley, Susan Killy, Nancy Hayes. Row 3: Martin Talowsky, 
Ron Sykes, Bill Stepchew, Dan Skinner, Don Simpson, Mark 
Hopkins, Bob Hayes, David Jonuskis. Row 4: Vern Ellis, Ar- 
lene Devine, Teresa Head, Dale Foley, Richard Dodge, Cindy 



Darelek. Row 5: Klaus Deutscher, Carol Dill, Sharon Ferrero, 
Mike Doucet, Gordon Banks, Susan Henrikus, Carole Hinkley. 
Row 6: Gary Fernandes, Teddy G. Dover, Steve Ferry, Mark 
Doty, Bill Chase, Jonathan Hurd. Row 7: Mike Cdughlin, 
Cathy Carp, Carolyn Curtis, Jack Collins. Row 8: David Dal- 
rymple, Doug Combs, RichardoDaley, John Gilbert. Row 9: 
Keith Colnick, Jeff Curran, Cause Colliton, Jeff Gar. 




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: Left to right: Row 1: Janice Olson, Cathy Nolan, Judy Nich- 
olas, Gail Brzeski, Janet Murphy. Row 2: Jeff Morse; Jim 
O'Connor, Dave Outzen, Bob Newton, Dave Michaud. Row 3: 
Bill Stepchew,. Robert Yanosick, Joe Verrier, Kurt Weidman, 
Jim Tierney. Row 4: D&ve Underwood, Bob Wilson, Jodi Wal- 



cott, Chris Weaver, Kirk Wilson, Vito Arano. Row 5: Lori 
Wildes, Susan Whaley, Kimberly Walker, Sally Pike. Row 6: 
Debbie Waye, Patrice Whalen, Linda Venucci, Marie Weather- 
bee, Mark Whittaker. Row 7: Steve Wanta, Greg Winter, Karen 
Willis, Laurie Urquhart, Tony Umanita. 




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Left to right: Row 1: Michael Ary, David Bloomquist, 
Steven Aho, Peter Band, Ken Bloomstedt. Row 2: Bret Angus, 
Doug Barker, Ken Arsenault, Debbie Besse, Maggie Boatright. 
Row 3: Michael Birgenheir, Tom Barnett, Heidi Battaglia, Gar- 
ret Blake, David Alie. Row 4: Debbie Konkle, Etienne Lerch, 
Jean Kenney, Patty Keohan, Brenda Larsen. Row 5: Jayne 



King, Tom Laughlin, Otto Lenz, Tom Lane, Mike LaGasse, Bill 

Light. Row 6: Karen Kleber, Sue LeBlanc, Diane .Kucher, 

Martha King, Bill Kinney. Row 7: Anri ,Maskeleriko,. Wendy 

Meltz, Sheryl Madden, Audrey Maturo, Pam McMahan. Row 8: 

Marty McDonald, Mike. McCabe, Richard McKenna, Paul ; 

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Row 1: Fil Konkle, Sue Keohan, Sally Hira, Steve Laundry, 
Sandy Henderson. Row 2: Aida I. Loyola, Kathy Martin, Janet 
Lund, Maureen McAuliffe, Lynda Major. Row 3: Dan Linehan, 
Bob Licciardi, Mike Lewis, Steve Maglione, Morgan McCurdy. 



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Row 4: Norm Lombardi, Paul McAuliffe, George Lynch, Tass 
Lombardini, Mark Mathews. Row 5: Chris Blaisdell, Val 
Beecy, Janis Alessi, Linda Banks. Row 6: Bill Anderson, Jeff 
Atwood, Joyce Antle, Kendra Allen. 




Mr. Morissette — Science Mr. Morgan — Industrial Arts 



Compliments of 

BEDFORD PERMANENT 
FIRE FIGHTERS 
ASSOCIATION 



v ****** 





3 



FIRE DEPT 



BEDFORD FIRE DEPT 

BEDFORD, MASS, 




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Compliments of 


Be&utif, Boutique, 

^rlt Cm t l _ i 1 1 1 . i„ lj _ ; _ r*\ _ — 

J3Lj #(jJHta^ ' he ultimate in nair Design 




"Bp* 8v Appoin,ment c °" 








Burlington Mall 


Compliments of 

MANDI'S GIFT SHOPPE 

Tel. 275-6738 






Dresses 

Casual Evening 
328 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



168 





Compliments 


COZY CORNER 


of 


Subs, Pizza & Fried Foods 


FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP 


275-9866 


BEDFORD 



McDonald's is your Kind of Place 

McDonald's of Bedford 

346 GREAT ROAD 




169 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 73 
From 

BEDFORD CHEESE WINE 
& LIQUOR SHOPPE 



L 
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MURPH 



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PHIL JR. 
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GOOD LUCK 



IN THE FUTURE 



CAMUSO'S IGA FOODLINER 



170 



Compliments of 

GENETTTS 
PACKAGE STORE 

275-6579 




275-1960 
275-9743 



affair Stylist 



phone 272-0130 




Form in Teak, Incorporated 



Danish Modern Imports 



47A MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE 



BURLINGTON, MASS. 01803 




275-0035 



CHARLES STEFANELLI 

Cigars — Confectionery 
Ice Cream — Tonics 
Groceries 



275-9868 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM 

BEDFORD CENTER 
MARKET 



Compliments of 



PURITY^ 
SUPREME 



(The "One For Savings" Supermarket) 



We're On Your Side 



open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 



Compliments 
of 

BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 

186 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 

275-7261 
"Milk From Selected Farms" 



TIRES, 



BEDFORD SUNOCO & 
TIRE CENTER 

180 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 
CAL BRAMMER Tel: 275-9759 



STEVEN'S DOUGHNUTS 

ALL DOUGHNUTS 
HAND CUT 

275-9782 

Mon.-Sat. - 6:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. 




BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF "73" 

. . . HOLIDAY INN 
OF BURLINGTON 



Fresh Fish Daily 

BEDFORD 
SEAFOODS 

355 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Tel. 275-6777 



BEDFORD FARMS 

ICE CREAM 
SINCE 
1880 



173 



RAVElQDGE 



Home of "Sleepy Bear" 



When you need a spare bedroom 
for that out of town guest, why not cal 
phone 275-6120 

All Color T.V. — Direct Dial Phones 

Heated Swimming Pool 




BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 1973 



BAIRD ATOMIC 



BAIRD-ATOMIC, INC. 

125 MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE, BEDFORD 

174 



Omgratulatioiis 

from all 
of us jumI 

sincerest 
wishes for future success. 



the: 



MITRE 



CORPORATION 




Compliments 
of 



THE HUENEFELD 
COMPANY, INC. 



6 DE ANGELO DRIVE 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 
275-2280 

Management Consultants and Advertising Agents 
Serving the Northeast's Most 
Creative Publishers 



175 



LEXINGTON FEDERAL 
SAVINGS & LOAN 

Our Business is SERVICE 

Come in anytime for advice or 
assistance 

SENIORS: 

WHATEVER YOU DO, DO IT WELL 




60 GREAT ROAD & FLETCHER 



176 



ARLINGTON 
5t SAVINGS BANK 


Compliments 

_/ 
or 


6 Convenient Offices 


PENNELL & THOMPSON 


ARLINGTON 


Realtors 


BEDFORD 




BURLINGTON 


131 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD 


NORTH READING 


275-8020 




GARDEN CITY 




TRUST CO. 


Congratulations to 


282 BOLYSTON STREET 


the Class of 1973 


CHESTNUT HILL (Newton) MASS. 02167 


VOLUNTEER INSURANCE 


969-9500 


AGENCY, INC. 


Branches 


BEDFORD, CONCORD, BURLINGTON 


259 Centre Street Crosby Drive 
Newton Corner Bedford 

337 The Great Road Route 128 at Bradlees 

Woburn 

A m ill Sori/irfl Kn nl' 

177 




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BEDFORD SHELL SERVICE 


AMERICAN 


EXTENDS 


NATIONAL RED CROSS 


BEST WISHES i^^^^h 


BEDFORD CHAPTER 


TO THE vl^^ H WWW \Wmm !■# 


Always There With Your Help 


CLASS OF 1973 j^T 


ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S. 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 


FRITZ'S VARIETY 


TO THE CLASS OF 1973 


Subs and Cold Cuts 


DR. and MRS. ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM 




Compliments of 


Besf Wishes 
From 


BEDFORD BOWLING ALLEY 


bbUrUKL) UrIILAL 


199 GREAT ROAD 


MILTON R. MOFFIT 


BEDFORD, MASS. 




275-6459 






CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1973 




DAVIDSON S PHARMACY, INC. 


RICHARD A. DAVIDSON, B.S., R.P.H. 




76 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 


178 





Compliments of 



United States 
Air Force 




USAF RECRUITING DETACHMENT 109 
4 DE ANGELO DRIVE 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



VOLKSWAGEN 




LANE MOTOR SALES 

39 NORTH ROAD - BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 

AT JUNCTION of Rte. 4 & 225 

SERVICE 
SALES & 

PARTS 

275-8000 





Compliments of 




PERFORMANCE MOTOR PARTS 




335 GREAT ROAD 


DOBBINS 






SHOPPING CENTER 


AUTO REPAIR 




COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 




Tel. 177 BEDFORD STREET 




272-4610 BURLINGTON, MASS. 01803 


Compliments of 




BURLINGTON DODGE 




272-8680 



[TEXACOI 



BEDFORD TEXACO SERVICE 



105 GREAT ROAD 



BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



275-9740 



COMPLETE CAR SERVICE 



FRAN MANNONE 




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In the kitchen, we're better known by the 
companies we keep. 

Our subsidiaries, Amana and Caloric, spe- 
cialize in products that make life more com- 
fortable, more convenient. 

For instance, Amana Radarange® micro- 
wave ovens that dramatically cut cooking 
times. Freezers and refrigerators you never 
have to defrost. Step-saving trash compactors. 
Caloric ranges with self-cleaning ovens. 

And throughout the home, Amana air con- 
ditioners guietly create the perfect climate for 
comfort. 

Quality products from guality companies. 
Raytheon companies. 



RAYTHEON 



Congratulations to the Class of 1973. Bedford Laboratories, Hartwell Road, Bedford. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 



SHOEMAKER & JENNINGS INC. 




aluminum combination windows & doors 




porch enclosures 




aluminum siding 


BEST WISHES TO 


driveway and industrial paving 


THE CLASS OF 


74 LOOMIS STREET, BEDFORD 




275-9300 


1973 




AMERICAN HOSPITAI 


JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 


5UPPI Y CORPORATION 

JUr rLI vwixr V/I\M 1 lUli 


We Sell and Service Wigs and Hairpieces 




363 E. GREAT ROAD 




BEDFORD, MASS. 




BEST WISHES TO 




THE CLASS OF 


BEDFORD DIVISION 


1973 





SA A 



ASSOCIATES, INC. 



"Creating new directions in electronics' 



183 




NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 




For Comp/efe Homeowners Service 
Call 275-1130 

AMERICAN HOMEOWNERS 
ASSOCIATION 



Middlesex County Division 
NUMBER ONE DE ANGELO DRIVE 
SUITE C 

BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



Compliments 
of 

PATTERSON'S TOWN 
TAXI 



CONGRATULATIONS 



FROM THE 



MATH LEAGUE 



184 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

BENJAMIN R. SEARS, Realtor 

99 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 
275-8540 



Compliments of 

DONOVAN COMPANY 
Realtors 



Concord 
369-2080 




Bedford 
275-6858 



SCOTT COMFORT SYSTEMS 



CHAPIN, KIELEY & HOWE, INC. 
Fuel Oil 

Complete Comfort Care 

WARMEST REGARDS TO 
THE CLASS OF 
"1973" 



GUY 

A. 

McGARRY 

BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 
1973 



Compliments of 



A. W. CLIFFORD 



Compliments of 

ATTY. & MRS. 
RICHARD B. DONOVAN 

BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF "73" 



185 




CLEANERS 

343 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

Phone 275-9723 




SCHOOLCPAFTS STATIONERY inc. 

OFFICE - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
OSu£ EQUIPMENT 



IEDFOI0 SHOPPING CENTEI 
BEDFORD. MASS. 
37SI131 



Compliments of 



SLUMBER WORLD 




DO YOUR OWN THING 



Creativity in 
Thread 
Macrame 

Quick Point 
Knitting 
Crochet 

Rug Making 
Crewel 

275-1464 




Compliments 
of 

J.J. 1 HOUR CLEANERS 

Div. of Fabric Care Center 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
275-9864 



BOWEN'S 

TOYLAND & HOBBY CENTER 
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 

BEDFORD, MASS. 

275-7210 



Woolwork 



THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD 



186 





Compliments of 






DR. BERNARD K. MULCAHY 






Chiropratic Office 
119 GREAT ROAD 


< 

Comp//menfs 




BEDFORD, MASS. 


of 




275-01912 


PALMERI'S 






FLOWER 




Compliments of 


SHOP 




MICHAEL M KOURY D M D 






FRANK J. HENNESSY 


Compliments of 




AND COMPANY 


ATTY. & MRS. 




rceaiiors Oc 


WINSTON BRIDGE 




General Insurance 






Agents 






60 GREAT ROAD 






BEDFORD 


BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1973 




275-8600 


Compliments of 

ATTY.& MRS. 


188 




ROBERT DYSON 



Compliments of 



JOHN E. JAPP, M.D. 



BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1973 

Compliments of 

ATTY. & MRS. 
ROBERT T. DUNN 



BEDFORD 
PHARMACY 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 



BEDFORD FUNERAL 
HOME 



167 THE GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD 



Air Conditioned — 



Tel. 275-6850 



G. WILLIAM CLARK, JR., Director 



POLEO'S BARBER SHOP 

72 GREAT ROAD 

BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF "73" 

275-9705 



Compliments of 

CENTER BARBER SHOP 

168 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 
275-9883 



189 



CONGRATULATIONS 
FROM 

COULTER INFORMATION 
SYSTEMS 



BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1973 

TECHNICAL 

DEVELOPMENT 

CORPORATION 

BEDFORD, MASS. 



Compliments of 

NORTHEAST 

WEATHER 

SERVICES 




WOODLAND PUBLISHING CO. 

6 DE ANGELO DRIVE 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 
275-1600 

New England Regional Office 
For 

Delmar Yearbooks 




LOVEZZOLA-WARD CO., INC. 

110 GREAT ROAD 
P.O. Box 246 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



190 



LEONESSA ENGINEERING CO. 

Electronics for Industry, Medicine 
and Science 

74 LOOMIS STREET 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 




WALCOTT SALES AND SERVICE 
INC. 

Leading Makes of Appliances, 
Television and Stereo 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 



325 GREAT ROAD 



Artist Materials 



Unfinished Furniture 



TRES CHERE POODLES 

Q MINIATURES 




Expert All-Breed Grooming 
Top Quality Registered Puppies 
(Brown, Black, White, Silver) 
"For Those Who Care,Ca// Ires Chere!" 

MRS. BARBARA NIBLACK 617-275-1296 
89 CONCORD ROAD (Rt. 62) 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



MIMI'S POODLE PARLOUR 

Grooming and Bathing by Appointment 

224 CARLISLE RD. 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 
Emilie Sherman 275-6296 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 




BEDFORD WALLPAPER & PAINT 

51 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 
CEDRIC J. SMITH 
Phone 275-1967 



ene 

HAIR STYLIST AND WIG SALON 
275-7366 
326 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 



191 



BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 
1973 




BEDFORD POLICE 
ASSOCIATION, INC.